Horton's responsibilities include anchoring the 10 p.m. and 2 a.m. ET weekend editions of the program, along with the 2 a.m. ET editions throughout the week, and reporting on sports stories from Toronto and the surrounding Ontario area.
Holly Horton joined SportsCentre as Toronto anchor and reporter for the network's flagship news and information program July 2004.
Prior to joining TSN, Horton spent two years as sports director and sports anchor for Global Television in Lethbridge, Alberta (2002-2004).
Horton's broadcasting resume also includes an earlier stint with Global Television in Lethbridge as sports anchor and producer (2000-2001), and two years with A-Channel in Edmonton as sports reporter and weekend sports anchor (2001-2002). Horton began her broadcasting career in 1998 as an editor and writer with Global Television in Toronto (1998-2000).
Her career highlights include: Being on the ice for the Canadian Women's 2007 World Championship victory celebration, covering the Calgary Flames' playoff run, reporting on Team Canada's gold medal victory in men's hockey at the 2002 Olympic Winter Games, being inducted into the Q107's "Women We Love" Hall of Fame, December 2007, and mentoring other young female sportscasters.